Prevost relocates, expands Greater Toronto service center

Posted on April 17, 2015

Prevost has announced that they will relocate their Greater Toronto Area service center to a much larger facility, approximately 15 miles SW of the current location.

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Guillaume Charron, Service Network Manager for Canada said “We will be able to offer expanded services compared to the previous location.”

The relocation is expected to take place in the summer of 2015. This expansion is part of Prevost’s commitment to provide the strongest service network in the Industry.”

The new 52,000-square-foot facility, located at 7655 Tranmere Drive, Mississauga, ON will have the capacity to accommodate up to 14 full service bays, a large parts warehouse area, training room, customer lounge and an increased parking area.

“Prevost’s new Mississauga, ON facility is one of 11 North American service centers where factory-trained experts provide a full range of maintenance services and mechanical repair solutions to get vehicles up and running quickly,” says Darren Nippard, Branch Manager.

Additionally, Prevost announced the appointment of Jack Forbes to the position of VP Corporate Accounts and Commuter Sales. He takes over the role from Dann Wiltgen, who retired in early May after many successful years with Prevost. Forbes has been with the company for 17 years, most recently as VP Parts Sales. In addition, he has been responsible for developing the commuter market. A seamless transition is expected due to the long-term relationships Forbeshas established with many of Prevost’s corporate and transit customers.  

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